Shopping in America for the past few decades has been concentrated in strip malls as well as the classic indoor mall. The indoor malls are on the decline across the country and the strip malls will only be developed for so long given the enormous amount of land they waste. What will be the next generation of shopping for Americans? The walkable, downtown commercial districts seem to be making a comeback, but only so many people will use them since the majority of Americans will not go anywhere they can't park their car (for free).
Will it be online shopping? I know I do a great deal of my shopping on the internet, in the comfort of my own home. Do you think this will eventually be the norm or will there be something else?